The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet

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'''The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet''' is a monthly newsletter devoted to Australian science fiction, fantasy and horror (and related genres).  
'''The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet''' is a monthly newsletter devoted to Australian science fiction, fantasy and horror (and related genres).  
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It was originally published by Marc Ortlieb from 1995 to 2002 as a newszine for the Australian National Science Fiction Association. In 2002 to 2010 it was produced by the team of Edwina Harvey and Ted Scribner. It was relaunched in February 2011, and is published on the first Sunday of each month.
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It was originally published by Marc Ortlieb from 1995 to 2002 as a newszine for the Australian National Science Fiction Association. In 2002 to 2010 it was produced by the team of Edwina Harvey and Ted Scribner. It was relaunched in February 2011, and is published by Wendy Palmer on the first Sunday of each month.
Each issue contains news of fanzines, conventions, fan news, DUFF, award news, publishing news, and club news.
Each issue contains news of fanzines, conventions, fan news, DUFF, award news, publishing news, and club news.

Revision as of 15:01, 6 September 2011

The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet is a monthly newsletter devoted to Australian science fiction, fantasy and horror (and related genres).

It was originally published by Marc Ortlieb from 1995 to 2002 as a newszine for the Australian National Science Fiction Association. In 2002 to 2010 it was produced by the team of Edwina Harvey and Ted Scribner. It was relaunched in February 2011, and is published by Wendy Palmer on the first Sunday of each month.

Each issue contains news of fanzines, conventions, fan news, DUFF, award news, publishing news, and club news.

Reporters for the Bullsheet were Andy Porter (Algol), Bruce Gillespie (Dreams and false alarms), James Allen, June Young, Moira Dahlberg, and Thomas Bull, among others.

Marc Ortlieb also published the fanzine Tigger.

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